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“Nearly two-and-a-half years on from the ref­er­en­dum, we are, both on the EU deal, and on other post Brexit trade deals, still lost in cam­paign mode on fan­tasy is­land. But the time for these fan­tasies is long past”

– Sir Ivan Rogers, for­mer UK

am­bas­sador to the EU.

“I might be the most bul­lied per­son in the world”

– US First Lady Mela­nia Trump.

“You’ll see me huff­ing and pant­ing at the top. It won’t be a good look” – Aus­tralian Prime Min­is­ter Scott Mor­ri­son on climb­ing the Syd­ney Har­bour Bridge with Prince Harry. “With­out the piano, my life would be a disas­ter – no­body would hold me in any re­gard. It’s the thing that saved me”

– Mu­si­cian Jools Hol­land, above.

“She came up and she said ‘Are you that Craig Revel Hor­wood from the telly?’ and I said ‘Yes’ and she went ‘Whack!’ and to­tally smacked me across the face. I couldn’t be­lieve it” – The Strictly judge re­calls an in­ci­dent in a su­per­mar­ket when he was punched by an old lady, prob­a­bly in her 80s.

“The im­pact on the arts of the UK’s with­drawal from the EU will be dire. From ev­ery cor­ner comes hard ev­i­dence that Brexit will do great dam­age” – Lord (Melvyn) Bragg.

“He was a strange dude. He would take a bot­tle of glue – we didn’t have glue sticks in those days – and he would pour the glue on his arm, let it dry, peel it off and then eat it” – Stephen Miller, Don­ald Trump’s for­mer teacher re­calls the US Pres­i­dent as a school­boy.

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